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A very good quality, Antique, early Victorian, Scottish Sterling Silver Bowl made by James McKay of Edinburgh and dating from c1844. The bowl is hallmarked with the maker's mark "J.Mc." for James McKay, the Monarch's Head duty mark, the Scottish "thistle" Sterling Silver mark, the Edinburgh "Castle" town mark and date letter "N" for 1844/45. It has a very nice armorial crest engraved to the front of the bowl. The bowl measures 7" inches (175mm) in diameter. It stands 3 1/2" inches (90mm) in height. The weight is 353.9g/12.47oz/11.37ozt. It is in excellent condition.

Price £850    €954.89    $1093.44


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Scottish Silver Bowl, J McKay Edinburgh 1844
A very good quality, Antique, George III, Sterling Silver Tray made by Walter & Patrick Cunningham in Edinburgh and dating from c1818. It is hallmarked with the maker's mark "W&PC" for Walter & Patrick Cunningham, Edinburgh, the "Castle" Edinburgh town mark and date letter "m" for 1818/19. The heavy gauge, circular tray is supported on three ancathus bracket feet and has a cast grape scroll and flower rim, with engraved flower decoration to the border. The tray measures 12" inches (305mm) in diameter. The weight is 1034g/36.5oz/33ozt It is in very good condition with very minimal light scratches/wear through normal use commensurate with age.

Price £1495    €1679.48    $1923.17


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George III, Scottish Silver Salver/Tray, Edinburgh
A superb Antique, George III, Scottish Sterling Silver Gravy, Basting or Stuffing Spoon dating from c1788. It is hallmarked with the maker's mark "AG" for Alex Gardner, the Scottish thistle sterling silver mark, the Monarch's Head duty mark, the "castle" town mark for Edinburgh and date letter "H" for 1788/89. The spoon has the engraved initial "N" to the terminal. It measures just over 12" inches (310mm) in length. The weight is 97.5g/3.44oz/3.13ozt It is in excellent condition.

Price £175    €196.60    $225.12


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George III, Scottish Silver Gravy Spoon c1788
A Set of Four Traprain Law Scottish Silver Goblets by Brook & Son, Edinburgh. During excavations in 1919 an archaeological team discovered a hoard of Roman Silver at Traprain Law, near Edinburgh, believed to have been buried around the middle of the 5th Century AD. The hoard is on display at the National Museums of Scotland in Edinburgh. The picture of the hoard on their website shows goblets of a similar design to these. Brook & Son of Edinburgh were the silversmiths used to restore the haul and subsequently they made copies under license. They are hallmarked on the underside of the base with the maker's name "Brook & Son, Edinburgh", the Scottish thistle sterling silver mark, the castle Edinburgh town mark and date letter "Z" for 1930/31. They have an engraved crest with the Latin motto "Delectat et Ornat". They measure 2 1/2" inches (63mm) in height. The base 2" inches (51mm) in diameter, the top 1 3/4" inches (45mm) in diameter. The total weight is 234.6g/8.27oz/7.54ozt

They measure 2 1/2" inches (63mm) in height. The base 2" inches (51mm) in diameter, the top 1 3/4" inches (45mm) in diameter. The total weight is 234.6g/8.27oz/7.54ozt

Price £795    €893.10    $1022.69


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Set Four Traprain Law Scottish Silver Goblets
A very good quality Scottish Silver Coffee Pot made by Hamilton & Inches of Edinburgh and dating from c1896. It is hallmarked with the maker's mark "H&I" for Hamilton & Inches, the Scottish Thistle sterling silver mark, the Castle Edinburgh town mark and date letter "p" for 1896/97. It measures approximately 9 1/2" inches (240mm) in height. The weight is 415.1g/14.64oz/13.34ozt.

Price £595    €668.42    $765.41


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Victorian Scottish Silver Coffee Pot c1896
A very nice Pair of Scottish Provincial Silver Toddy or Sauce Ladles by William jamieson, Aberdeen c1820. William Jamieson is recorded as working in Aberdeen c1806 - 1840. The ladles are hallmarked with the maker's mark "WJ" (struck twice) for William Jamieson and "ABD" the Aberdeen town mark. They measure just over 6 1/4" inches (160mm) in length. They are in excellent condition

Price £295    €331.40    $379.49


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Pair Scottish Provincial Silver Ladles WJ ABDc1820
A superb set of Six Antique, George III, Scottish Sterling Silver Tablespoons dating from c1810. They are hallmarked with the maker's mark "AE" for Alexander Edmonstoun, the Scottish thistle sterling silver mark, the Monarch's Head duty mark, the "castle" town mark for Edinburgh and date letter "d" for 1809/10.

They measure just over 9" inches (235mm) in length. The weight is 12.99oz/11.84ozt/368.6g

Price £495    €556.08    $636.77


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Six Scottish Silver Tablespoons, Edinburgh c1810
A good Set of Four, Antique, William IV, Scottish Sterling Silver Table or Dinner Forks, made by Peter Aitken I , Glasgow and dating from c1834/35. They have an armorial crest engraved on the terminal. They are hallmarked with the maker's mark "PA" for Peter Aitken I , the Lion Rampant Scottish sterling silver mark, the Monarch's Head duty mark, the Glasgow town mark and date letter "P" for 1834/35. They measure 8 1/2" inches (215mm) in length. The weight is 354.6g/12.50oz/11.40ozt They are in very good condition

They measure 8 1/2" inches (215mm) in length. The weight is 354.6g/12.50oz/11.40ozt

Price £395    €443.74    $508.13


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Four Antique Scottish Silver Table Forks Glasgow
A very nice, Georgian Scottish Provincial Silver Toddy or Sauce Ladle made in Aberdeen by James Erskine and dating from c1795. James Erskine is recorded in Jackson's Silver as working in Aberdeen c1792 to 1818. It is marked with the the maker's mark "JE" for James Erskine and three "thistle" marks. It has the initial "B" engraved on the handle. A nice, rare Scottish Silver Ladle.

It measures approximately 6 1/2" inches (170mm) in length

Price £195    €219.06    $250.85


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Scottish Provincial Silver Ladle, JE Aberdeen
A good George III, Scottish Provincial Silver Soup Ladle made by James Gordon of Aberdeen and dating from c1770. It is hallmarked with the maker's mark "IG" (struck twice) for James Gordon and "ABD" for Aberdeen. James Gordon is recorded in Jackson's as working in Aberdeen c1766-1779.

It measures 14" inches (350mm) in length. The bowl measures 3 1/2" inches (90mm) in diameter. The weight is 180.03g/6.36oz/5.79ozt

Price £595    €668.42    $765.41


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Scottish Provincial Silver Soup Ladle, Aberdeen
A very nice Scottish Provincial Silver Toddy Ladle by George Booth, Aberdeen c1810. George Booth is recorded in Jackson's Silver as working in Aberdeen c1800 - 1825. The ladle is hallmarked with the maker's mark "GB" (struck twice) for George Booth and "AB" (struck twice) the Aberdeen town mark. It is engraved with the initial "C"

It measures 6 1/4" inches (155mm) in length

Price £165    €185.36    $212.26


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Scottish Provincial Silver Ladle, G Booth Aberdeen
A very good pair of Georgian Scottish Provincial Silver Tablespoons made by George Booth of Aberdeen. Measuring just over 8 1/2" inches in length these spoons would make a nice pair of serving spoons. The are hallmarked with the maker's "G.B" for George Booth alongside the letters "A,B,D,N" the town mark for Aberdeen. George Booth is recorded in Jackson's Silver as working in Aberdeen c1800 - 1825. The spoons have the engraved initials "WC". They are in excellent condition showing virtually no signs of wear.

They measure just over 8 1/2" inches (215mm) in length. The total weight is 128.3g/4.52oz/4.12ozt

Price £195    €219.06    $250.85


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